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FX280 Semi Acoustic Guitar by Yamaha - Professional Tone, Dreadnought Size
This FX280 semi-acoustic guitar by Yamaha offers high-quality tone in a compact size. Yamaha FX280 guitar is perfect for anyone looking to take their music to the next level. Featuring a spruce top and local tonewood back and sides, this guitar produces a warm and rich sound you will love. With incredible tuning stability and easy playability, the FX280 is perfect for any musician.
Included: Yamaha Guitar Bag, Plectrums and L Key.
Yamaha's FX280 semi-acoustic guitar is the perfect choice for any player who wants to invest in quality but doesn't have an endless budget. The spruce top provides excellent resonance and tone, while tonewood gives it a warm rich sound that will stand up against other instruments three times its price tag!Yamaah FX280 guitar features rosewood fingerboard with adjustable bridge which adds more variety when playing lead positions or bass lines alike without having too many different parts running around loose on stage at once - making this one versatile instrument ready made just waiting patiently by your side whenever you decide what kind of music suits YOU best!
Back & Sides: Tonewoods
The Yamaha FX280 features tonewoods which are an important part of the construction process for guitars. Different types and brands use different woods to create their instruments, so it's no surprise that there can be significant differences in sound based on what you choose! Some common choices include mahogany wood or maple and spruce.
The Yamaha FX280 features a spruce top. Spruce is a common choice for acoustic guitar tops because it is strong and lightweight. It also has a bright tone that helps the guitar cut through the mix on stage.
Rosewood Bridge and Fretboard
Guitarists who want a guitar with the beauty and durability of rosewood should consider investing in one. The rich color will last for years, while natural finish makes your instrument more appealing to look at than other guitars that have been painted or stain-added during production process.